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Christmas Parade Deadlines Approaching!

The 29th Annual Cheyenne Christmas Parade presented by Spradley Barr Motors is fast approaching. Friday, November 8th is the deadline to register as a Christmas Parade Float, as well as the deadline to order a poinsettia. Proceeds captured go toward keeping this annual tradition alive for the City of Cheyenne.

The first parade was in 1990 and featured 30 floats. Already for the 2019 Cheyenne Christmas Parade there are more than 60 floats registered. There is still time to register floats online at Deadline for float registrations is Friday, November 8th. REGISTER YOUR FLOAT NOW

Mail-in float registrations are also accepted and available for download. These forms need mailed to 121 W. 15th St. Suite 204, Cheyenne, WY 82001 Attention: Christmas Parade. 

Community members can also support the Cheyenne Christmas Parade through the purchase of a Poinsettia. They can be ordered for $30 and will be delivered to a place of your choice! This is commonly used as a great decoration for the holidays by purchasers, as well as a gift for clients, friends and families for the holidays. 

Businesses and individuals who cherish the Cheyenne Christmas Parade are also welcome to make a donation or even sponsor the event.

Also, thank you to all of the Sponsors thus far! Their investments helps to make this a fun and safe family festivity during the holidays.


Spradley Barr Motors

Gold Rings

iHeart Radio

Silver Bells

Townsquare Media

Bronze Ornament

Cheyenne Motorsports


Woodhouse Roden Nethercott, LLC

Evergreen Wreath

Addison Construction

Cash-Wa Distributing Co.

En Avant


Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center

Walmart Store 1315


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